throwing power

throwing power

[′thrō·iŋ ‚pau̇·ər]
(metallurgy)
The ability of an electroplating solution to deposit metal uniformly on an irregularly shaped cathode.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Last February, Jimuel fought Carson Lucas in Alabang and made a good account of himself by throwing power punches like his legendary father, who initially expressed his disapproval of his son's desire to follow his footsteps.
You have to find the gap when throwing power shots and make them count.
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The 24-year-old from Dordon, Warwickshire, is perpetual motion, throwing power punches from first bell to last.
At the percolation threshold, throwing power was dropped while the recoating ability was enhanced.
hand just the two, one by Antonio Counihan | nitially adic took the ght to Counihan, throwing power Initially Radic took the ght to Counihan, throwing power punch after power punch, however the Brummie kept his cool and cleverly boxed o' the back of his excellent jab.
Consequently, our goal would be a coating with a maximum throwing power.
With regard to covering and throwing power the electrolyte is clearly superior to conventional chrome electrolytes basis on chromic(VI) acid.
This means we should see more girlies lifting dumbbells/barbells, swinging kettlebells and throwing power bags.
Excellent throwing power in PCB through-holes and blind microvias are achieved.